An interactive shadow installation where a participants shadow is augmented by the slow growth of trees and shrubs. In this installation, the audience's patience is rewarded by growth. The longer you stand still the more growth you get. Movement makes the growth disappear.
A small showreel showcasing a few experiments with motion effects and a dark, distorted synchronized audio soundtrack. This piece consists of scraps and pieces from random animations, but the soundtrack really makes it work as a whole. Please do turn up the volume for this one.
John Maeda takes us through his 'motion paintings' at La Fondation Cartier in Paris. This was one part of an interview with John Maeda, filmed on the opening day and published in the dvd magazine Designflux.
An interactive artwork that allows the spaces inside our digital devices to move into the physical world. Small bugs made of light, crawl out of the computer screen onto the human bodies that make contact with them.